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of southwestern minnesota have over a foot-and-a-half of snow. it is the biggest storm to hit the area in two years. we are flying northwest into minneapolis on this camera. it is gorgeous here, though! >> it is gorgeous weather-wise. we almost feel a little guilty. >> not much! >> not much! yes! it is gorgeous. blue skies everywhere you go. the temperatures are creeping up. a few mid 60s out there. 64 in oakland, 62 in san francisco, upper 50s in concord. we will continue to warm things up as this afternoon continues. sunny skies in coast bay and inland. a similar story actually to what we are saw yesterday. really warming things up definitely above average for this time of year. why? it is because of this ridge of high pressure building over the pacific and the bay area. now, unfortunately it is not going to last long. we will time things out here with future-cast. today nothing much. kind of stays boring. then tuesday much of the day same story. then we pause things to tuesday night. around 10:00 or 11:00 we are watching a low pressure system to the north of the bay area. it is heading
to seek shelter immediately. baldwin county in alabama across southwestern portions of the state. there could currently be a tornado on the ground. threat of isolated tornados and damaging wind gusts will continue throughout the afternoon. the snowfall was significant across portions minnesota and wisconsin. over a foot of snow in some areas. minneapolis picked up 10 inches of snow. you can see in the images a lot of snow falling across the area. causing all kinds of travel issues though. the storm system is producing more travel issues again not because so much of snowfall but because of rainfall. we have the images on the satellite radar pictures. we have delays over an hour across parts of laguardia and other larger airports. heavy rain is falling further off towards the south across portions of tennessee alabama and georgia. a tornado warning across southwestern parts of alabama and southern mississippi and southeastern louisiana. that is until 3:00 p.m. central time. keep that in mind. you have the chance to see more tornadic activity. look at airport delays because of poor
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